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Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Bring back Laidlaw



When it comes to rehabilitating public land following a wildland fire, no one does it better than the Twin Falls District Emergency Stabilization and Rehabilitation program. Right on the heels of a wildland fire, tractors pulling drill seeders move onto the landscape to combat invasive species like cheat grass and restore thousands of acres of habitat. This all-important habitat supports a variety of wildlife – sage-grouse, mule deer and pygmy rabbits to name a few. Check out what it takes to conduct this time-sensitive and critical work!